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UNIX Getting Started

Learn UNIX from scratch using simple and practical approach.
Instructor:
Jayant Parida
123 students enrolled
English [Auto-generated]
Proficient in using UNIX or LINUX based operating systems
Can use and manage UNIX/LINUX operating systems
Start with shell scripting, debug issues in operating systems

Why this course? Internet is flooded with lot of resources already related to UNIX. Then why we need another in the same category? The answer to this lies in following points.

1. This course is a compact version of UNIX with all the details to start.

2. It talks less theory and more action.

3. Simple explanations are given for different commands.

4. The lectures are created in step by step fashion.

5. More than 70 different commands are included in this course.

6. You will not be burdened with so many UNIX commands, because they are placed in a simple fashion in different chapters.

7. With real examples of different commands which you can try on your system easily.

8. Exercises were included in different modules based upon what you learned. This will make you more familiar with the usage of different concepts and commands.

9. This course is also compiled, keeping in mind that any naive user who are eager to learn to computer and start basic programming. That’s why the title “Getting Started”.

Course Overview

1
Overview

Introducing UNIX

1
Pre-requisites
2
What is UNIX
3
History of UNIX
4
UNIX Philosophy
5
GUI vs CLI
6
Executing UNIX Commands
7
Summary
8
Exercise

Basic UNIX Commands

1
Basic System Commands
2
Help Commands
3
File Management Commands
4
Summary
5
Exercise

UNIX Filesystems

1
UNIX Filesystems
2
Few Terms related to File Systems
3
File Types
4
Path
5
Hidden Files
6
Meta Characters
7
Symbolic Links
8
Summary
9
Exercise

Standard I/O and Pipeline

1
Standard I/O and Redirection Operators
2
VI Editor and Opening a File
3
Navigating a File
4
Editing in VI Editor
5
Saving and Quiting from VI Editor
6
Searching Patterns in VI Editor
7
Substitution in VI Editor
8
Running Shell Commands in VI Editor
9
Some Useful VI Editor Options
10
Summary
11
Exercise

Advanced UNIX Commands

1
Process Management
2
Memory Management
3
Disk Management
4
File Management
5
System Management
6
Archiving
7
Summary
8
Exercise

User and Group Management

1
User Management
2
Group Management
3
Summary
4
Exercise

File Permissions

1
Permissions
2
Numeric Permissions
3
Symbolic Permissions
4
Default Permissions
5
Change Permissions
6
Summary
7
Exercise

Filters

1
Basic Filters
2
Basic Filters - grep
3
Advance Filters - sed
4
Advance Filters - awk
5
Summary
6
Exercise

Introduction to Shell Scripting

1
What is Shell
2
Types of Shell and Invoking a Shell
3
Paths and Variables
4
Executing a Shell Script
5
Summary
6
Exercise

What's Next

1
Command Cheatsheet
2
What's Next
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